Brooks B17 Competition Standard Keyhole Type
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Category:  Saddles
Name:  Brooks B17 Competition Standard Keyhole Type
Brand:  Brooks
Primary Group:  B17
Model:  B17 Competition Standard
Years:  1950's
Country:  England
Added By: gizmologist on 11/14/07
Updated By: Tombo on 01/25/17
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Base Material LeatherCovering Material N/A (No Covering)
Rail MaterialSteelWidth
LengthRail Spacing 42mm ctr-to-ctr (standard spacing)
General Information
marked with patent number and 'made in england'
dated D 59
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Variations of Component exist (Component is 1 of 3)BrandGroup
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Brooks B17 Competition StandardBrooksB17
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 One of the oldest cycling companies still in business, Brooks of England is most well known for the cycling component John Boultbee Brooks invented in 1865: the leather cycling saddle.  The Brooks company has been owned by a number of different parent companies over the years as detailed in the History section.
 
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